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  • Un Man’o’War est un navire de guerre apparu au XVIIe siècle dans les marines de guerre française et anglaise, constituant la colonne vertébrale de toutes les flottes de guerre jusqu'au XIXe siècle. Le mot est d'origine anglaise, contraction de « Man-of-War » (littéralement « Homme de Guerre »), et correspond à un vaisseau de ligne dans la Royal Navy ou à un « vaisseau de haut-bord » dans la Marine française. Par opposition, un vaisseau de commerce s'appelle en anglais un « Man-of-Trade » (littéralement « Homme de Commerce »).
  • 맨오브워(man-of-war)는 16세기에서 19세기까지 영국 왕립해군에서 강력한 군함을 가리킨 말이다. 맨오브워란 주로 캐넌으로 무장하고 돛으로 기동하는 배를 말했으며, 노를 이용해 추진하는 갤리와는 구분되었다.
  • Man of war (также man-of-war, man-o'-war или просто man) — разговорное название большого военного корабля, бытовавшее в британском флоте с XVI по XIX век. Орудия на них располагались в 3 ряда вдоль бортов, на специальных орудийных палубах. Строились по подобию галеонов, но имели водоизмещение до 5000 тонн и несли до 120 орудий.Мнение, что Man of war является каким-либо определённым классом корабля, ошибочно.Одним из наиболее известных линейных кораблей был 104-пушечный трехпалубный линейный корабль «Victory», бывший флагманским кораблем адмирала Нельсона в Трафальгарском сражении.
  • La man-of-war (oppure man of war, man-o'-war o semplicemente man) fu una tipologia di imbarcazioni armate in uso tra il XVI e il XIX secolo. Il termine, generalmente, si riferisce a navi armate con cannoni e sospinta da vele, in confronto alle Galee propulse da remi; letteralmente, il termine significa "uomo di guerra". I primi utilizzatori di queste imbarcazioni, furono la Marine nationale e la Royal navy, in seguito si diffuse in tutto il mondo.
  • A expressão man-of-war (plural: men-of-war; literalmente "homem de guerra"), man of war ou man o' war, por vezes abreviada "man" era usada pela Marinha Real Britânica para designar um navio de guerra de grande poder militar entre os séculos XVII e XIX.O termo também é aplicado a navios de guerra doutras potências europeias, nomeadamente da França, que constituíam a espinha dorsal das marinhas de guerra dos respetivos países. Frequentemente aplica-se sobretudo aos chamados "navios de linha" (ship of the line) britânicos ou "navios de alto-bordo" (vaisseau de haut-bord) franceses. Por oposição, os navios mercantes eram chamados man-of-trade ("homem de comércio").
  • The man-of-war (pl. men-of-war; also man of war, man-o'-war, man o' war, or simply man) was a British Royal Navy expression for a powerful warship or frigate from the 16th to the 19th century. The term often refers to a ship armed with cannon and propelled primarily by sails, as opposed to a galley which is propelled primarily by oars. The man-of-war was developed in England in the early 16th century from earlier roundships with the addition of a second mast to form the carrack. The 16th century saw the carrack evolve into the galleon and then the ship of the line.The evolution of the term has been given thus: Man-of-war. "A phrase applied to a line of battle ship, contrary to the usual rule in the English language by which all ships are feminine. It probably arose in the following manner: 'Men of war' were heavily armed soldiers. A ship full of them would be called a 'man-of-war ship.' In process of time the word 'ship' was discarded as unnecessary and there remained the phrase 'a man-of-war.'"
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  • Un Man’o’War est un navire de guerre apparu au XVIIe siècle dans les marines de guerre française et anglaise, constituant la colonne vertébrale de toutes les flottes de guerre jusqu'au XIXe siècle. Le mot est d'origine anglaise, contraction de « Man-of-War » (littéralement « Homme de Guerre »), et correspond à un vaisseau de ligne dans la Royal Navy ou à un « vaisseau de haut-bord » dans la Marine française.
  • 맨오브워(man-of-war)는 16세기에서 19세기까지 영국 왕립해군에서 강력한 군함을 가리킨 말이다. 맨오브워란 주로 캐넌으로 무장하고 돛으로 기동하는 배를 말했으며, 노를 이용해 추진하는 갤리와는 구분되었다.
  • La man-of-war (oppure man of war, man-o'-war o semplicemente man) fu una tipologia di imbarcazioni armate in uso tra il XVI e il XIX secolo. Il termine, generalmente, si riferisce a navi armate con cannoni e sospinta da vele, in confronto alle Galee propulse da remi; letteralmente, il termine significa "uomo di guerra". I primi utilizzatori di queste imbarcazioni, furono la Marine nationale e la Royal navy, in seguito si diffuse in tutto il mondo.
  • A expressão man-of-war (plural: men-of-war; literalmente "homem de guerra"), man of war ou man o' war, por vezes abreviada "man" era usada pela Marinha Real Britânica para designar um navio de guerra de grande poder militar entre os séculos XVII e XIX.O termo também é aplicado a navios de guerra doutras potências europeias, nomeadamente da França, que constituíam a espinha dorsal das marinhas de guerra dos respetivos países.
  • Man of war (также man-of-war, man-o'-war или просто man) — разговорное название большого военного корабля, бытовавшее в британском флоте с XVI по XIX век. Орудия на них располагались в 3 ряда вдоль бортов, на специальных орудийных палубах.
  • The man-of-war (pl. men-of-war; also man of war, man-o'-war, man o' war, or simply man) was a British Royal Navy expression for a powerful warship or frigate from the 16th to the 19th century. The term often refers to a ship armed with cannon and propelled primarily by sails, as opposed to a galley which is propelled primarily by oars. The man-of-war was developed in England in the early 16th century from earlier roundships with the addition of a second mast to form the carrack.
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